How Do I Take GnRHa

Several different forms of GnRHa exist. The most well known is Lupron, and it is injected under your skin. Nafarelin and Synarel are both nasal sprays that are sprayed into your nose. Buserelin is available in both nasal spray and injectable forms.

If you are taking a GnRHa as part of an IVF protocol, your doctor will discuss your treatment regimen with you. Depending on your medical history, age, and particular circumstances, you have several different IVF protocols to consider: long, short/flare, or stop protocol. All three protocols have the same goal: for you to become pregnant. They differ in the dose and timing of the medications given. You and your doctor will work together to determine which IVF protocol is best for your particular situation.

If you are taking a GnRHa for treatment of endometriosis, you will likely either receive a monthly injection or need to spray the medication into your nose twice daily. This form of treatment is typically limited to three to six months. This short time period is recommended because of the potential risks and side effects associated with long-term use of GnRHa.

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